[New Zimbabwe] POLICE are set to use advanced electronic equipment such as digital cameras to try and stem the tide of a road carnage that continues to claim dozens of lives on the country’s highways.
[Capital FM] Addis Ababa -Ethiopia has arrested 63 senior military and intelligence officers accused of corruption and human-rights abuses, the country’s attorney general, Berhanu Tsegaye, said Monday.
[The Herald] ACTING Prosecutor-General Mr Kumbirai Hodzi turned half blind after opening a letter from an anonymous person, which he found on his desk.
[The Herald] The High Court has set aside professional hunter Mr Theodore Christian Bronkhorst’s conviction and sentence in connection with the smuggling of 29 sables worth $435 000 to South Africa through an illegal exit point along the Limpopo River.
[Nation] Flamboyant businessman and politician Don Bosco Gichana is finally free after five years of detention by a Tanzanian court.
[Leadership] New fewer than 10 villagers have been killed in boko haram terrorists’ ambush in Nganzai local government area of Borno State.
[Monitor] Kampala -Ms Grace Akullo, the director of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), has been sued for the alleged continued illegal detention of the Kyadondo East MP, Mr Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine’s bodyguard.
[Nation] Matatus operating within the city will from today raise their fares by Sh20 whereas those plying the long distance routes will levy an extra 20 per cent following the implementation of value added tax on petroleum products.
[New Times] The tourism sector fetched $438M in revenues in 2017 up from $404M in the previous year, the Rwanda Development Board Annual Report shows.
[New Times] Disposal of tonnes of waste glass is a major environmental challenge but one Rwandan says he has found an answer by recycling glasses and ceramic waste.